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'Dr No' bikini to go under the hammer in James Bond auction (6)

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Ursula Andress? famous 'Dr No' bikini could fetch $500,000 USD when it goes under the hammer in a James Bond auction. The white bikini - worn by the actress as she emerges from the ocean in an iconic scene from the 1962 film - is among a host of 007 lots set to be sold by Profiles in History in Los Angeles. Andress wore the bikini, complete with diving knife, in her role as Honey Ryder in the film opposite Sean Connery, the first movie in the spy series. She wrote: ?This bikini made me into a success. As a result of starring in Dr. No as the first Bond girl, I was given the freedom to take my pick of future roles and to become financially independent.? Andress sold the bikini in 2001 when it went for $60,000 USD at a London sale. Fans can also bid on the ?Little Nellie? autogyro flown by Bond in 1967 flick, You Only Live Twice. The WA-116 craft was originally built by former Royal Air Force Wing Commander Ken Wallis. Following production he was asked to create another exhibition model to help promote the film, according to Profiles in History. It is estimated to reach $150,000 USD when auctioned. Other highlights in the sale include another 'Bond Girl' outfit - the one worn by Jane Seymour as her character Solitaire in 1973's Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore as Bond. The mystic cape and headdress is tipped to fetch up to $80,000 USD. Also up for grabs is a jacket worn by Charles Gray as villain ?Blofeld? in Diamonds Are Forever (estimate $30,000 USD); Roger Moore?s ?James Bond? monogramed pyjamas from Live and Let Die (estimate $15,000 USD); and Bond's Royal Navy uniform jacket from The Spy Who Loved Me, which could fetch $25,000 USD. Poison pens used by Lois Chiles' Holly Goodhead character in 1979 film, Moonraker are estimated to sell for up to $5,000 USD. And a cruise missile warhead prop from Never Say Never Again (1984) has a pre-sale estimate of up to $60,000 USD. The sale runs from November 12 ? 13. Please credit Profiles in History / MEGA. 08 Oct 2020 Pictured: ?Little Nellie? autogyro fl)own by Bond in 1967 flick, You Only Live Twice. Photo credit: Profiles in History/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Ursula Andress? famous 'Dr No' bikini could fetch $500,000 USD when it goes under the hammer in a James Bond auction. The white bikini - worn by the actress as she emerges from the ocean in an iconic scene from the 1962 film - is among a host of 007 lots set to be sold by Profiles in History in Los Angeles. Andress wore the bikini, complete with diving knife, in her role as Honey Ryder in the film opposite Sean Connery, the first movie in the spy series. She wrote: ?This bikini made me into a success. As a result of starring in Dr. No as the first Bond girl, I was given the freedom to take my pick of future roles and to become financially independent.? Andress sold the bikini in 2001 when it went for $60,000 USD at a London sale. Fans can also bid on the ?Little Nellie? autogyro flown by Bond in 1967 flick, You Only Live Twice. The WA-116 craft was originally built by former Royal Air Force Wing Commander Ken Wallis. Following production he was asked to create another exhibition model to help promote the film, according to Profiles in History. It is estimated to reach $150,000 USD when auctioned. Other highlights in the sale include another 'Bond Girl' outfit - the one worn by Jane Seymour as her character Solitaire in 1973's Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore as Bond. The mystic cape and headdress is tipped to fetch up to $80,000 USD. Also up for grabs is a jacket worn by Charles Gray as villain ?Blofeld? in Diamonds Are Forever (estimate $30,000 USD); Roger Moore?s ?James Bond? monogramed pyjamas from Live and Let Die (estimate $15,000 USD); and Bond's Royal Navy uniform jacket from The Spy Who Loved Me, which could fetch $25,000 USD. Poison pens used by Lois Chiles' Holly Goodhead character in 1979 film, Moonraker are estimated to sell for up to $5,000 USD. And a cruise missile warhead prop from Never Say Never Again (1984) has a pre-sale estimate of up to $60,000 USD. The sale runs from November 12 ? 13. Please credit Profiles in History / MEGA. 08 Oct 2020 Pictured: Poison pens used by Lois Chiles' Holly Goodhead character in 1979 film, Moonraker - estimate up to $5,000 USD. Photo credit: Profiles in History/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Ursula Andress? famous 'Dr No' bikini could fetch $500,000 USD when it goes under the hammer in a James Bond auction. The white bikini - worn by the actress as she emerges from the ocean in an iconic scene from the 1962 film - is among a host of 007 lots set to be sold by Profiles in History in Los Angeles. Andress wore the bikini, complete with diving knife, in her role as Honey Ryder in the film opposite Sean Connery, the first movie in the spy series. She wrote: ?This bikini made me into a success. As a result of starring in Dr. No as the first Bond girl, I was given the freedom to take my pick of future roles and to become financially independent.? Andress sold the bikini in 2001 when it went for $60,000 USD at a London sale. Fans can also bid on the ?Little Nellie? autogyro flown by Bond in 1967 flick, You Only Live Twice. The WA-116 craft was originally built by former Royal Air Force Wing Commander Ken Wallis. Following production he was asked to create another exhibition model to help promote the film, according to Profiles in History. It is estimated to reach $150,000 USD when auctioned. Other highlights in the sale include another 'Bond Girl' outfit - the one worn by Jane Seymour as her character Solitaire in 1973's Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore as Bond. The mystic cape and headdress is tipped to fetch up to $80,000 USD. Also up for grabs is a jacket worn by Charles Gray as villain ?Blofeld? in Diamonds Are Forever (estimate $30,000 USD); Roger Moore?s ?James Bond? monogramed pyjamas from Live and Let Die (estimate $15,000 USD); and Bond's Royal Navy uniform jacket from The Spy Who Loved Me, which could fetch $25,000 USD. Poison pens used by Lois Chiles' Holly Goodhead character in 1979 film, Moonraker are estimated to sell for up to $5,000 USD. And a cruise missile warhead prop from Never Say Never Again (1984) has a pre-sale estimate of up to $60,000 USD. The sale runs from November 12 ? 13. Please credit Profiles in History / MEGA. 08 Oct 2020 Pictured: Other highlights in the sale include another 'Bond Girl' outfit - the one worn by Jane Seymour as her character Solitaire in 1973's Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore as Bond. The mystic cape and headdress is tipped to fetch up to $80,000 USD. Photo credit: Profiles in History/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Ursula Andress? famous 'Dr No' bikini could fetch $500,000 USD when it goes under the hammer in a James Bond auction. The white bikini - worn by the actress as she emerges from the ocean in an iconic scene from the 1962 film - is among a host of 007 lots set to be sold by Profiles in History in Los Angeles. Andress wore the bikini, complete with diving knife, in her role as Honey Ryder in the film opposite Sean Connery, the first movie in the spy series. She wrote: ?This bikini made me into a success. As a result of starring in Dr. No as the first Bond girl, I was given the freedom to take my pick of future roles and to become financially independent.? Andress sold the bikini in 2001 when it went for $60,000 USD at a London sale. Fans can also bid on the ?Little Nellie? autogyro flown by Bond in 1967 flick, You Only Live Twice. The WA-116 craft was originally built by former Royal Air Force Wing Commander Ken Wallis. Following production he was asked to create another exhibition model to help promote the film, according to Profiles in History. It is estimated to reach $150,000 USD when auctioned. Other highlights in the sale include another 'Bond Girl' outfit - the one worn by Jane Seymour as her character Solitaire in 1973's Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore as Bond. The mystic cape and headdress is tipped to fetch up to $80,000 USD. Also up for grabs is a jacket worn by Charles Gray as villain ?Blofeld? in Diamonds Are Forever (estimate $30,000 USD); Roger Moore?s ?James Bond? monogramed pyjamas from Live and Let Die (estimate $15,000 USD); and Bond's Royal Navy uniform jacket from The Spy Who Loved Me, which could fetch $25,000 USD. Poison pens used by Lois Chiles' Holly Goodhead character in 1979 film, Moonraker are estimated to sell for up to $5,000 USD. And a cruise missile warhead prop from Never Say Never Again (1984) has a pre-sale estimate of up to $60,000 USD. The sale runs from November 12 ? 13. Please credit Profiles in History / MEGA. 08 Oct 2020 Pictured: Dr No bikini worn by Ursula Andress - est. up to $500,000 USD. Photo credit: Profiles in History/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Ursula Andress? famous 'Dr No' bikini could fetch $500,000 USD when it goes under the hammer in a James Bond auction. The white bikini - worn by the actress as she emerges from the ocean in an iconic scene from the 1962 film - is among a host of 007 lots set to be sold by Profiles in History in Los Angeles. Andress wore the bikini, complete with diving knife, in her role as Honey Ryder in the film opposite Sean Connery, the first movie in the spy series. She wrote: ?This bikini made me into a success. As a result of starring in Dr. No as the first Bond girl, I was given the freedom to take my pick of future roles and to become financially independent.? Andress sold the bikini in 2001 when it went for $60,000 USD at a London sale. Fans can also bid on the ?Little Nellie? autogyro flown by Bond in 1967 flick, You Only Live Twice. The WA-116 craft was originally built by former Royal Air Force Wing Commander Ken Wallis. Following production he was asked to create another exhibition model to help promote the film, according to Profiles in History. It is estimated to reach $150,000 USD when auctioned. Other highlights in the sale include another 'Bond Girl' outfit - the one worn by Jane Seymour as her character Solitaire in 1973's Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore as Bond. The mystic cape and headdress is tipped to fetch up to $80,000 USD. Also up for grabs is a jacket worn by Charles Gray as villain ?Blofeld? in Diamonds Are Forever (estimate $30,000 USD); Roger Moore?s ?James Bond? monogramed pyjamas from Live and Let Die (estimate $15,000 USD); and Bond's Royal Navy uniform jacket from The Spy Who Loved Me, which could fetch $25,000 USD. Poison pens used by Lois Chiles' Holly Goodhead character in 1979 film, Moonraker are estimated to sell for up to $5,000 USD. And a cruise missile warhead prop from Never Say Never Again (1984) has a pre-sale estimate of up to $60,000 USD. The sale runs from November 12 ? 13. Please credit Profiles in History / MEGA. 08 Oct 2020 Pictured: Bond's Royal Navy uniform jacket from The Spy Who Loved Me, which could fetch $25,000 USD. Photo credit: Profiles in History/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342

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Ursula Andress? famous 'Dr No' bikini could fetch $500,000 USD when it goes under the hammer in a James Bond auction. The white bikini - worn by the actress as she emerges from the ocean in an iconic scene from the 1962 film - is among a host of 007 lots set to be sold by Profiles in History in Los Angeles. Andress wore the bikini, complete with diving knife, in her role as Honey Ryder in the film opposite Sean Connery, the first movie in the spy series. She wrote: ?This bikini made me into a success. As a result of starring in Dr. No as the first Bond girl, I was given the freedom to take my pick of future roles and to become financially independent.? Andress sold the bikini in 2001 when it went for $60,000 USD at a London sale. Fans can also bid on the ?Little Nellie? autogyro flown by Bond in 1967 flick, You Only Live Twice. The WA-116 craft was originally built by former Royal Air Force Wing Commander Ken Wallis. Following production he was asked to create another exhibition model to help promote the film, according to Profiles in History. It is estimated to reach $150,000 USD when auctioned. Other highlights in the sale include another 'Bond Girl' outfit - the one worn by Jane Seymour as her character Solitaire in 1973's Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore as Bond. The mystic cape and headdress is tipped to fetch up to $80,000 USD. Also up for grabs is a jacket worn by Charles Gray as villain ?Blofeld? in Diamonds Are Forever (estimate $30,000 USD); Roger Moore?s ?James Bond? monogramed pyjamas from Live and Let Die (estimate $15,000 USD); and Bond's Royal Navy uniform jacket from The Spy Who Loved Me, which could fetch $25,000 USD. Poison pens used by Lois Chiles' Holly Goodhead character in 1979 film, Moonraker are estimated to sell for up to $5,000 USD. And a cruise missile warhead prop from Never Say Never Again (1984) has a pre-sale estimate of up to $60,000 USD. The sale runs from November 12 ? 13. Please credit Profiles in History / MEGA. 08 Oct 2020 Pictured: Cruise missile warhead prop from Never Say Never Again (1984), estimate - up to $60,000 USD. Photo credit: Profiles in History/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342